Removal Guide

Do you know what is?

Have you noticed a sudden and unauthorized change within your web browser's default settings? If so, it could be an indication that a browser hijacker is up and running on your personal computer. One such devious application goes by the name of If you ever discover it active on your operating system, make sure to delete it without any hesitation. This is important because due to the devious and intrusive changes made to your web browser's default settings surfing the web will become a frustrating and bothersome task. If that was not enough, you should also be informed that this hijacker could turn out to be a major virtual threat as it might subject your operating system to suspicious and even potentially malicious web content. Find out more about the potentially harmful functionality of this intrusive application by reading our report. Below we also provide a comprehensive removal guide that you must use to remove once and for all.

The first major indication that is up and running on your personal computer is an abrupt alteration of your web browser's default homepage. It is important to highlight the fact that the hijacker in question affects browsers such as Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, and Internet Explorer, meaning that vast number of Internet users could be affected by this invasive program. Once it gains full access to the computer, it will immediately make unauthorized changes to the mentioned browser's files and registry entries. This, in turn, triggers the change of your default homepage, which might not seem like a big deal at first. Unfortunately, that is not the case as you will be forced to use a questionable third-party website as your default homepage at all times, whether you like that or not. This will make surfing the web a much more frustrating and annoying experience. What makes matters worse is the fact that the site set as your homepage does not provide any valuable features. Its quick access links cannot be customized to your liking, the weather tab provides questionable information at best, and the search box often present sponsored third-party results. If you wish to surf the web the way you are used to once again, you must delete every single bit of To do that make sure to use the detailed instructions that we provide below.

As mentioned, could prove to be rather dangerous. One reason for that is the fact that it could be distributed via bundled installers, which are infamous for being used by malware developers. Thus, it would not be surprising that other invasive applications could have come along with the hijacker in question. This is why we advise you to check your computer for dubious software if you already have this suspicious application active on your PC. Another devious feature of the hijacker is the search box that it provides on a newly appointed homepage. Using it as your primary search engine could lead you to suspicious and even potentially malicious websites. That is so because some of the results presented by it could be embedded with redirect links. Therefore, you could end up on sites that host malicious software. Unfortunately, in some situations, just entering such a web page could be more than enough to infect your PC with some unknown malware. While results leading to potentially harmful websites do not occur often, the possibility of coming across one remains and as you can imagine it could have disastrous outcomes. Do not take any chances with and conduct its complete removal at the very same time that it is found up and running on your Removal screenshot
Scroll down for full removal instructions

Make sure to delete without any hesitation. Be sure to follow the instructions that we present below with care since a single mistake could lead to an incomplete removal. This is not a situation that you want to find yourself in because leftovers of could be more than enough to restore it without your knowledge. In other instances, traces might be just enough for the devious change of your homepage to remain in place. Make sure to double-check your operating system for any traces linked to once you are done with the manual removal instructions, this way you will be sure that the termination has been successful.

How to remove from your PC

  1. Type regedit into a search box and then select it.
  2. Navigate to to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Main.
  3. Right-click a registry value entitled Start Page and select Modify.
  4. Replace the unwanted URL with a new one and then click OK.
  5. Open your File Explorer.
  6. Go to C:\Users\<your username>\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default.
  7. Delete files entitled Preferences, Secure Preferences, and Web Data.
  8. Navigate to C:\Users\<your username>\AppData\Roaming\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles\<unique Mozilla profile ID>.
  9. Locate and then delete a file called prefs.js.
  10. Right-click your Recycle Bin and select Empty Recycle Bin.

In non-techie terms:

It is quite natural that manual removal might seem a bit too complicated for some users. If you happen to be one them, do not worry. Our malware experts have crafted an alternative removal guide. Follow it and you will be able to delete automatically.